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Life Happens

...that's what happens to dreams -- Life gets in the way. I must admit I was more focused on writing years ago. Most of my days are spent in front of my laptop, writing drafts, publishing blog posts, participating in every writing challenges and daily prompts, you name it. I have this ardent will to …

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November Reads (Late Post)

Oh I know it's kind of late for me to post my November reads list, but as the old adage say, 'It's better late than never.' This month has been kinda tough (Don't ask me why) and call it silly but I'm blaming Mercury in Retrograde lol but yeah it's over now so here I …

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Book Review — The Devil in Pew Number Seven

Title: The Devil in Pew Number Seven My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️(3.8/5) Author: Rebecca Nichols Alonzo (with Bob DeMoss) No. of Pages: 296 pages, Paperback Published By: Tyndale Momentum, August 1, 2010 Goodread's Synopsis Rebecca never felt safe as a child. In 1969, her father, Robert Nichols, moved to Sellerstown, North Carolina, to serve as a pastor. …

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Diary Entry #1

Hello! It's a Tuesday, and the night is getting deeper, my boys are already sleeping soundly, with the soft sound of snores in the background. Have I told you that I've gone back to journaling? Yes, dearest friends, I'm back again (lol) with blogging and journaling. I'll divulge all the details probably on my next …

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October Reading List

The first week of October is about to end, and I'm beyond ecstatic that I'm keeping up with my blog calendar. As you can see, I'm constantly and consistently posting contents again! Yeeeyy! And I'm even more proud because with limited resources I was still able to do it. It's Spooktober! And I got two …

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A Morning Thought

Rose on a fine, cheery morning I wonder what this day would bring? the blithesome tones in my kids' voices, dancing in my ears, no trace of dullness whispers of sweet nothings from my beau, my everything and my heart they hold every part my darling boys, my darling boys.